Wethersfield Health Products (WHP), an Indian brand of NutrisSystems, recently faced backlash after it released a promotional video for NutrisStems, an herbal tea made from WetherSpoon’s own proprietary tea.
The video was shot in India, where Wether Spoon and the Indian government have a close relationship.
In the video, which is titled “The Best of Wether’s NutriSystems Tea,” the brand’s marketing department claims the tea contains “an amazing mixture of plant extracts” and “the best extracts available.”
The video shows Wether spoons Tea Master and his wife taking a sip of tea and exclaiming, “Wow, that’s great!
“It’s very smooth, it’s very subtle, it has the balance of flavors.””
It’s not only the tea that’s amazing, but it’s the way that it’s brewed that is also amazing,” says Wether Master in the video.
“It’s very smooth, it’s very subtle, it has the balance of flavors.”
In the short video, WetherMaster says that the tea is “very refreshing, very smooth,” and that it has “a balance of flavours.”
He also says that he enjoys the taste of the tea “from the moment I get it to the moment you finish it.”
But in a statement to The Daily Beast, WHP denied the company had been misleading customers about the quality of the teas in the promotional video.
The statement says that Wethermaster, who is currently the CEO of WUP, has been using the brand since the 1990s.
The statement adds that WHP has been selling NutrisSTEMs since 2004, when it launched its “NutrisSTEM Premium” line.WHP has faced criticism in the past for its marketing tactics, which have included using its products to sell branded teas.
For example, in 2013, WUP launched NutrisSpice, which has since been discontinued.
In that case, the company said that the brand was not making the tea itself, but rather purchasing ingredients from “third-party suppliers.”
In 2014, WHUP launched its own brand of tea, called NutrisTea, which claimed that its products were made from “wholesome ingredients” and were “the highest quality available.”
WHP, however, has not been forthcoming about the company’s actual ingredients and has not said whether the products in the Nutris tea have been tested.WHPC did not respond to a request for comment from The Daily Post.